Fabricworm, Here To Help! Fabric Face Mask Donations
thankful to you all! As a fabric lover and owner I had an idea to help when news outlets expressed
the need for handmade cotton woven masks. We first came up with a *Fabric Face Mask Tutorial for
personal use, but I knew we could do more and we are here to help!
face mask shortage. It is my pledge to donate over 100 yards of cotton woven fabrics to make 1,500
masks for those currently in need. In our own county of San Luis Obispo, CA Ellie Kelley from
The Breast Vest is making face masks and organizing sewists locally who can help efforts in
Atascadero, Paso Robles, Templeton, Arroyo Grande, and Nipomo. Respiratory Therapists, Physical
Therapists, Housekeepers (who are vitally important), Phlebotomists, Cooks, Administration and
more will receive these masks at Twin Cities Hospital to start.
Adam of Wicked Finch Farm. They assist the Facebook group “Sew the Curve Flat” and are making
masks for NYC hospitals with requests.
we are just here to help if we can, by sewing for front line workers and donating fabric for others to
help sew masks, too. If you can contribute time to sew 100+ masks immediately or are already
working with a group or organization sewing masks and are in need of fabric please email us for
more information on how we can help.
* Our Fabric Face Mask Tutorial cannot prevent the spread of any virus or disease.